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OSU-Mansfield/NC State Celebrate Internship Program

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/21/2014

College students taking their first steps toward the working world are recognized for their initiative in getting real- life experience for their first jobs. The Ohio State University in Mansfield and North-Central State College hosted an Internship Celebration Luncheon Monday for the 115 interns and 40 employers who participated in the first year of the Business and Industry Internship program. This is an especially welcome new way of educating students for OSU-Mansfield, says Dean Dr. Stephen Gavazzi. Both interns and employers give the program rave reviews, for the experience the students gained, and for well- educated and hard-working employees the businesses are getting.

   
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